Posts Tagged ‘anthology’
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Wishing for a Cowboy by Adams, Miranda, Garrett, Pierson, McNeal, et al. Historical Western Romance Romance published by Prairie Rose Publications 27 Oct 13 I have to say that this is one of the better anthologies that I’ve read in a long time. Especially considering the fact there are eight authors […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of One Enchanted Season Anthology by C.L. Wilson, Erica Ridley & Elissa Wilds Paranormal Romance published by Amazon Digital Services 5 Dec 13 Like many of her fans, I’m so happy to have a new story from C.L. Wilson. This is her first since the end of her spectacular Fading Lands saga, and […]
Tweet This is one of my favorite scenes in Tracy Garrett‘s novella in the new Wishing for a Cowboy anthology out this month. I love an alpha cowboy backing his woman into a wall, door, whatever and taking his pleasure of her. And this scene goes that much further due to the fact Will hasn’t […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Ever After by Ryan, Harte, Royce, Davis & Shaw Paranormal Romance anthology published by Fated Desires Publishing 25 Sep 13 Anthologies always make me nervous. I know it’s a good way to sample an author’s work to see if you’d like to pick up more of their books. Usually for me […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Kiss Me by Codi Gary, Cheryl Harper & Jaclyn Hatcher Contemporary Romance published by Avon 12 Mar 13 You cannot go wrong with these novellas for Valentine’s romances. They are well worth the price. I enjoyed all three and will be looking for more works by these authors.
Tweet Dinca’s review of All a Cowboy Wants for Christmas by Stacy, Robinson & Cowan Western Historical Romance Anthology published by Harlequin Historical 18 Sep 12 With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, I find short stories are perfect. Harlequin Historical has combined three delightful short stories perfect for any Christmas season. These three authors complement […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Guns and Roses Anthology by Roxanne St. Claire, Allison Brennan, Laura Griffin, Lori Armstrong, et al. Romantic Suspense anthology ebook published by Murder She Writes 21 Feb 12 I jumped at the chance to review this anthology, which is unusual for me. Anthologies are normally hit and miss for me, […]
Tweet C2’s review of Hearts and Swords (Celta’s HeartMates, Book 11) by Robin D. Owens Fantasy/Paranormal Romance released by Berkley 6 Dec 11 What do cryogenics, matchmakers, scandalous divorcees and talking animals have in common? You might be surprised. Robin D. Owens’ latest release is a collection of four novellas all set in her Celta […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Snowflakes and Stetsons by Jillian Hart, Carol Finch & Cheryl St. John Historical Western Romance anthology published by Harlequin Historical 20 Sep 11 There are certain universal truths when it comes to my romance reading: 1) I love category romance 2) I love westerns 3) I love Christmas-themed […]
Tweet Entangled: How It Ended This anthology was a gift for me. I already counted several of the authors involved on this project as friends and knew the quality of their work. That all proceeds were going to breast cancer research was a huge draw for me. Both my mother and my aunt are breast […]
Tweet To add to the fun of this day, we’re going to be giving away some copies of Entangled. So if you’ve been following our posts throughout the day, you’ve made it this far to find out how to win! A meaningful comment or question left on Liz Kreger’s guest blog is what will put […]
Tweet Are you hooked yet? Can’t wait to get this anthology on your ereader? I can help out! Here’s the link to purchase your very own copy! Entangled What better way to spend the day reading some terrific supernatural stories after contributing to a very worthy cause? I’m glad you agree! How about a look […]
Tweet Entangled: Why This Anthology Matters to Me I was thrilled when I was asked to participate in this anthology. I have such a personal stake in a cure for cancer being found. I’ve been fighting the GCB (Great Cancer Battle) for more than fifteen years. I was initially diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996, […]
Tweet It’s werewolf time! Hmmm. Werewolves and Cynthia Eden. I think I’m missing out not having read this ebook yet. So are you! I can guarantee that, if you’ve never read Cynthia’s books before. And I’m going to prove that to you right now. Read on so I can make my point!
Tweet If you’re a paranormal fan like me, you have to be anticipating reading this anthology as much as I am right now. There have been a number of such anthologies released over the last few years, but none have gone the extra distance this particular one is designed for: to help cure breast cancer. […]